National Centre for Energy Systems Integration

Staff Profile

Dr Charlotte Adams
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Charlotte Adams is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Earth Sciences and Engineering at Durham University. Since 2013, she has been managing BritGeothermal, a national research group established to promote the UK’s geothermal resources. Charlotte is also actively involved with Durham Energy Institute through her role as Mid-Career Fellow.

Charlotte has both industrial and academic experience, having worked in the renewable energy industry and on a number of multidisciplinary projects focussing on the socio-technical aspects of energy use with colleagues in Engineering, Anthropology, Geography, History and Earth Sciences. Charlotte’s research interests are broadly focused upon the decarbonisation of heat and also sustainable water use and include: heat from abandoned mines, deep geothermal energy, heat pumps, microgeneration and heat networks. 

Charlotte is primarily involved in CESI Work Package 2: Energy Supply and CESI Work Package 3: Energy Storage.

Charlotte's publications.